As we conclude our study of Acts we are reminded that the story of God and His plan of salvation continues. Those who have faith in Christ and who humbly submit themselves before the Lord are used of Him to continue to advance His kingdom.
In our text today from Acts 28:1-10 we are reminded of God’s sovereignty over our ministries.
In our passage today from Acts, chapter 27 we are reminded that God is sovereign and that His power and control is all over our lives.
In Acts chapters 25 and 26 we see Paul sharing his testimony and are reminded that we should be prepared to share our own testimony.
In today’s message from Acts 24:1-27 the resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the focus. We see in this passage that different people had differing views of what this meant. What do you believe? Does it matter?
We are reminded today from Acts 22:30-23:35 that when the storms of life come we can be tempted to believe lies, but God would have us embrace and cling to His truth.
In today’s text from Acts 21:27-22:29 we are reminded that storms or trials are a part of life. How we face those trials makes all the difference in our life and testimony. Today we look at what Paul didn’t do and what he did as he faced a great storm in his life.
In Acts 21:17-26 Paul demonstrates great humility by submitting to the Church for Christ’s sake and to maintain unity among the believers. Paul continues to be a great example for us to follow.
We are reminded today from Acts 21:1-16 that it must be God’s will that is done in our life; above the will of the world, others, and even ourselves.
Paul’s life was devoted to the Lord. In Acts 20:13-38 we see Paul providing an example worthy of our following.
In today’s passage from Acts 20:1-12 we are reminded that as followers of Jesus we are to be encouragers of each other. This passage provides five examples of how we can do that.
We are reminded today from Acts 19:21-41 that if we are resolved to follow the Holy Spirit, He will empower us for the battle that is sure to come and will give us the victory to His glory.
In Acts 19:1-22 we are reminded of the many different ways in which God works to advance His kingdom; some of which are expected and completely understood, while other ways are completely unexpected and sometimes not understood at all.
In Acts 18:18-28 we are reminded to share the whole gospel passionately, powerfully, and publically from the Word of God.
In Acts 18:1-17 we see that Paul has become afraid and discouraged, but he overcomes this by trusting in the Lord. We too must trust in the Lord and accept His strength and encouragement to overcome the trials we face.
In Acts 17:16-34 we see Paul’s faithfulness leads to greater opportunity for ministry. Paul sees the need, responds to the need, and then is given greater opportunity to bear witness for the Lord.
In Acts 17:10-15 we see continued evidence of Paul’s approach to ministry.
From Acts 17:1-9 we see five principles followed by Paul and Silas that can be applied to any ministry.
Today we are reminded from Acts 16:16-40 that genuine faith is demonstrated by right living, which leads to persecution and suffering, which produces fruit-filed lives, which attract others to the Lord.
In today’s text from Acts 16:1-15 we are reminded of the power of the Holy Spirit and His working in the believer’s life.